Emley Moor Extreme 2019 R1 results

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  1. chrisc

    chrisc Lucky git

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    Extreme weather with heavy rain showers and 50+mph wind made this a super extreme. Well done to the brave souls who came today. There were 62 Doughnuts and only 3 got Bastardo the bonus Banana.

    Firstname Surname Class R1
    Chris Cundey Open 46
    Liam Todd Open 45
    Scott Wheeler Open 43
    Gordon Burns Open 41
    Simon Battye .22 39
    Roy Ironmonger Open 38
    Glenn Walsh Open 38
    Mick fern Recoiling 37
    Mark Wheeler Open 33
    Phil Johansen Recoiling.22 32
    Big Gary Meichan Open 28
    Bob Tarran Stand/Kneel 27
    Niamh Meichan Junior 23
    Little Gary Meichan Junior 20

    Targets.

    Target Kill size Shape range Position
    1 35 Dragon head 45 Prone
    2 12 Bully 28 Prone
    3 15 Cock 15 S Stand
    4 35 Shark 39 S Stand
    5 30 Egg 23 Prone
    6 15 Rat 41 Prone
    7 25 Rabbit 16 Prone
    8 35 Crab 43 Prone
    9 35 HS Rabbit 42 Prone
    10 25 Rabbit 36 Prone
    11 8 Rat 14 Prone
    12 35 Fireball 45 Prone
    13 35 Tank 37 Stand
    14 25 Rhino 19 Stand
    15 22 Finger 20 Prone
    16 35 Scorpion 41 Prone
    17 35 UFO 39 Prone
    18 25 Diamond 40 Prone
    19 35 Lion 34 S Kneel
    20 35 Squizzer 40 S Kneel
    21 15 Rat 11 Prone
    22 35 Reaper 45 Prone
    23 35 Eagle 29 Prone
    24 20 Fishbones 19 Prone
    25 35 Tree of Doom 43 Prone
    26 8 Bastardo 24 Prone
    27 35 Lollipop 37 Kneel
    28 25 Moon 19 Kneel
    29 15 Elephant 44 Prone
    30 30 Flower 36 Prone

    And the points per target. The long Tree of doom lived up to its name with the lowest points.

    Target Points
    1 13
    2 19
    3 19
    4 18
    5 24
    6 17
    7 22
    8 17
    9 11
    10 15
    11 16
    12 14
    13 14
    14 17
    15 18
    16 18
    17 13
    18 14
    19 13
    20 12
    21 14
    22 19
    23 19
    24 22
    25 9
    26 20
    27 12
    28 22
    29 13
    30 18
     
    Last edited: Mar 18, 2019 at 7:01 AM
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  2. Peter M

    Peter M Cantankerous primate

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    Has Simon Battye turned his back on my beloved .22 class already :eek:

    Looking at those scores I think I was lucky I had to work!
     
  3. SimonBattye

    SimonBattye Member

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    No Pete, it’s a misprint, (note to Chris-I was shooting my .22 if you could amend the results, cheers)
     
  4. Peter M

    Peter M Cantankerous primate

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    It's all about the macho cal. Good work sir ;)
     
  5. chrisc

    chrisc Lucky git

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    Of course mate...will sort it.
     
  6. chrisc

    chrisc Lucky git

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    62 doughnuts from 14 shooters says enough Pete. There were quite a few targets with sod all metal around the kill........not the best for 50+ mph. My 2 doughnuts were for shots that barely moved in the wind when the lane before i was hitting using 3 mildots. I had a doughnut on the 25mm Diamond in the photo, i mean, WTF can you miss approx 250mm wide plate????

    The Tree of doom was my other doughnut and was the most doughnutted target overall.
    I've just worked it out that there were 12 targets out that would be UKAHFT illegal as there's not enough metal around the kill.
     
    Last edited: Mar 18, 2019 at 7:10 AM
  7. subaru swift

    subaru swift I don't have a solution, I just love the problem.

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    :eek: eek that tree of doom looks evil! never mind that 50mph wind,,,,

    Are you using that tree of 'laugher' i mean doom next time or soon?
     
  8. miketowler

    miketowler Member

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    Ok that tree of doom is not legal, I think it should be and used on standers also
     
  9. chrisc

    chrisc Lucky git

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    We have the finger of doom that is 22mm and no plate around the kill....Trev initially had that out on the stander but we decided to swap it.

    The targets we had out will be the same for the other rounds with maybe one or 2 swap outs.
     
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